Sea Limited

Maybank Kim Eng initiates 'buy' on Sea with target price of US$378 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Maybank Kim Eng initiates 'buy' on Sea with target price of US$378

Maybank Kim Eng sees Sea as one of the best proxies to ride the Asean digitisation theme.

Company in the news

Sea Limited co-founder becomes Singapore's richest person with US$20 bil fortune

Sea Limited's Forrest Li is now worth US$19.8 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Analysts increase Sea Limited's TP to at least US$370 on its e-commerce revenue growth - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Analysts increase Sea Limited's TP to at least US$370 on its e-commerce revenue growth

DBS has pegged a TP of US$370 while UOB Kay Hian has a TP estimate of US$370.76.

Company in the news

Sea Limited's sweet partnership with the Kuoks

The Sea-Kuok pairing is an alliance between the old and new economies.

Broker's Calls

Contrary to popular perception, Shopee is highly undervalued: DBS

DBS says Shopee offers the highest growth among major e-commerce players globally.
What does it mean for Singapore when foreign-listed shares are included in the MSCI index? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

What does it mean for Singapore when foreign-listed shares are included in the MSCI index?

UOB Kay Hian analyst Adrian Loh expects the financial sector to be hit the hardest upon the inclusion of the foreign-listed shares
Smooth sailing ahead for Sea as gaming and e-commerce arms experience strong 4Q20 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Smooth sailing ahead for Sea as gaming and e-commerce arms experience strong 4Q20

CGS-CIMB analysts are positive on SEA after a strong 4Q2020, mainly due to Garena and Shopee
Sea Limited goes deeper into the red with FY20 net loss of US$1.62 bil despite 101.1% surge in total revenue - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Results

Sea Limited goes deeper into the red with FY20 net loss of US$1.62 bil despite 101.1% surge in total revenue

On a fully diluted basis, loss per share for the FY2020 and 4QFY2020 came in at US$2.78 and 87 US cents respectively.
The bigger the fall, the stronger the recovery for Singapore market: Credit Suisse - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Investing ideas

The bigger the fall, the stronger the recovery for Singapore market: Credit Suisse

While some sectors in the Singapore economy have taken a beating, Credit Suisse believes this is a prelude to a strong recovery.
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